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  • Executed Arizona Man Given 15 Times Standard Dose, Lawyers Say

    Executed Arizona Man Given 15 Times Standard Dose, Lawyers Say

    Lawyers for an inmate who was executed last month by lethal injection said Friday that his executioners injected him with 15 times the standard dose of a sedative and a painkiller during a procedure that lasted nearly two hours before their client wa...

  • Visiting India, Kerry Seeks Compromises With Modi

    Visiting India, Kerry Seeks Compromises With Modi

    Secretary of State John Kerry urged Narendra Modi on Friday to drop his opposition to an international trade treaty and pursue a compromise on food subsidies.

  • A Group That Madonna and the Dalai Lama Unwittingly Joined

    A Group That Madonna and the Dalai Lama Unwittingly Joined

    For years, Jerry Seinfeld and Joan Rivers, and as many as 6,914 other customers, have never claimed refunds due them from Bergdorf's.

  • In Tunnel War, Israeli Playbook Shows Its Holes

    In Tunnel War, Israeli Playbook Shows Its Holes

    Israel entered its latest conflict with Hamas armed with a high-tech arsenal, real-time battlefield intelligence and strong domestic support for dealing a heavy blow to Hamas.

  • Attack on Israeli Soldiers Brings Truce to Quick Halt

    Attack on Israeli Soldiers Brings Truce to Quick Halt

    Palestinian militants sprang from the ground and confronted Israeli soldiers Friday morning, as they have repeatedly in recent days.

  • Frank Lampard Set for Manchester City Loan

    Frank Lampard Set for Manchester City Loan

    Frank Lampard, who spent 13 seasons with Chelsea, signed a two-year deal last week with New York City FC. He will be loaned to Manchester City for six months.

  • Police Chokehold Caused New York City Man's Death: Official

    Police Chokehold Caused New York City Man's Death: Official

    A white police office's chokehold on a black New York City man last month caused his death, the medical examiner announced on Friday, ruling it a homicide.

  • Gaza Cease-Fire Collapses; Israeli Soldier Is Captured

    Gaza Cease-Fire Collapses; Israeli Soldier Is Captured

    A newly agreed cease-fire in the Gaza conflict collapsed soon after it came into effect Friday with the Israeli military announcing that a soldier appeared to have been captured by Palestinian militants who emerged from a tunnel near Rafah in the sou...

  • Cuomo's Backroom Style Draws a Potent Critic

    Cuomo's Backroom Style Draws a Potent Critic

    Governor Andrew M. Cuomo is a skilled backroom operator, renowned for pressuring allies and foes behind the scenes to achieve results that show him in the best possible light.

  • For Twitter, World Cup Helps Boost Growth

    For Twitter, World Cup Helps Boost Growth

    Twitter's revenue soared 124 percent during the quarter and the average number of people using the microblogging service was up 6 percent.

  • Indian Charged for Forcing Dancers into Prostitution in US

    Indian Charged for Forcing Dancers into Prostitution in US

    An Indian man and a Pakistani psychiatrist are among four persons who were indicted in New York on charges of human trafficking and hiring female dancers in India and forcing them into prostitution and making them dance at nightclubs.

  • Muhammad Ali's Fight of the Century Gloves Fetches $400,000

    Muhammad Ali's Fight of the Century Gloves Fetches $400,000

    The Fight of the Century, in New York's Madison Square Garden, was the first of three fights between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier during the 1970s.

  • CIA Cites Five in Surveillance of Senate Panel

    CIA Cites Five in Surveillance of Senate Panel

    An internal investigation by the Central Intelligence Agency has found that its officers penetrated a computer network used by the Senate Intelligence Committee in preparing its damning report on the CIA's detention and interrogation program.

  • School Shelters Offer Limited Safety, and Even Less Comfort

    School Shelters Offer Limited Safety, and Even Less Comfort

    The makeshift shelter of upturned desks, cardboard boxes and dirty blankets in the courtyard of a United Nations school here was a considerable downgrade from the first refuge Fatima Kafarna found when shelling forced her from her home near the Gaza ...

  • A 72-Hour Pause in Gaza Conflict as Sides Agree to Talks in Cairo

    A 72-Hour Pause in Gaza Conflict as Sides Agree to Talks in Cairo

    The United States and the United Nations announced a 72-hour humanitarian ceasefire in the Gaza conflict late Thursday, a diplomatic bolt-from-the-blue that will pause the bloody, 24-day military campaign and set the stage for arduous negotiations be...

  • Liverpool Remains Upbeat Despite Loss of a Star

    Liverpool Remains Upbeat Despite Loss of a Star

    Luis Suarez's Premier League-leading 30 goals earned him Player of the Year honors from both the English Football Writers' Association and the Professional Footballers' Association. The statistical website WhoScored.com gave Suarez an 8.43 rating for...

  • Bayern Munich Looks to Build its Brand in the United States

    Bayern Munich Looks to Build its Brand in the United States

    Bayern Munich won five titles last year, including the trophies for the Champions League and the European Super Cup, and the Bundesliga signed a global television deal with 21st Century Fox.

  • Wozniacki is Lining up for New York Marathon

    Wozniacki is Lining up for New York Marathon

    Caroline Wozniacki, the world's 13th-ranked female tennis player, was supposed to marry the golfer Rory McIlroy in November. But McIlroy broke off the engagement in May, days after invitations were sent out. Wozniacki's Plan B: to run the New York Ci...

  • Judge Rejects Microsoft's Defense of Overseas Data

    Judge Rejects Microsoft's Defense of Overseas Data

    A judge on Thursday rejected a bid by Microsoft to derail a warrant demanding that email data from servers in Ireland be turned over to US prosecutors.

  • Facebook Unveils Internet App, Starting in Zambia

    Facebook Unveils Internet App, Starting in Zambia

    Facebook unveiled an app to allow people around the world with mobile phones but no Internet access to access online services for health, education and basic communications.

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